Britain has changed forever Leanne Wood Business as usual not an option
Following today s referendum result in Scotland, Plaid Cymru has said that Britain has changed forever and that business as usual in terms of how the nations are governed is not an option.
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Action must now follow words The Wales Bill must radically redrawn to ensure that the people of Wales are given parity with the people of Scotland, or else it risks being treated as a second rate nation.